Lunch in Provence

After the visit to the Lavender Museum, we were feeling hungry. So we crossed the road to a family run restaurant to have our lunch. Here are the photos from that meal.

For her drink, my wife ordered apricot juice. This looked to be produced locally, and tasted very nice – and healthy too.

Apricot juice
A bottle of Apricot juice

My wife ordered banana and chocolate crepes. Nice.

Chocolate and banana crepes
Chocolate and banana crepes

I ordered seafood (Fruit de Mer) pizza, which tasted very nice indeed. My youngest daughter enjoyed the calamari rings. I do love thin-crust pizza.

Seafood (Fruit de Mer) pizza
Seafood (Fruit de Mer) pizza

My oldest daughter ordered the Margarita pizza, which was also thin-crust.

Margarita pizza
Margarita pizza

My youngest daughter ordered the cheese omelette, which was nicely cooked.

Cheese omelette
Cheese omelette

We definitely like the food we can get in France, as it seems to be to our taste.

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